Our team

Our team

We have assembled an experienced and committed board who bring a wide range of skills and expertise in regeneration, housing and neighbourhood renewal.

Frank Hont Chief Executive

Frank Hont

Chairman

Frank Hont is a former Liverpool councillor who as Cabinet Member for Housing helped deliver 5,000 new and refurbished homes in the city including housing projects like the Welsh Streets and Marwood Towers.

He was also at the forefront of initiatives including landlord licencing, tackling the problem of houses in multiple occupation and a review of student accommodation in Liverpool.

Mark Kitts Chief Executive

Mark Kitts

Chief Executive

Mark joined Liverpool City Council in 2002 and, as Assistant Director of Regeneration, led on the delivery of many of the city’s major regeneration schemes including the Lime Street regeneration, the Anfield Project, Great Homer Street’s Project Jennifer, Ten Streets and Paddington Village.

Andrea Fare Titterington

Andrea Fare Titterington

Board member

Canon Andrea Titterington’s wealth of experience in housing and regeneration includes 11 years as Chief Executive of Maritime Housing Association/Group Chief Executive of The Regenda Group until 2003, and, most recently, nine years as Regeneration Director at Liverpool Football Club.

Maggie Howard

Maggi Howard

Board member

Maggi runs a Chartered Surveying consultancy, Perito Property, and her past experience includes a long career in housing, from Relief Worker in a women’s refuge to Executive Director at a large Registered Provider.

Charles Jarvis

Charles Jarvis

Deputy Chief Executive

Charles has worked within the housing and regeneration sector for more than 15 years. He was the Assistant Director of Market Intelligence for the English regulator of social housing, Homes and Communities Agency, formerly the Tenants Service Authority. Prior to this Charles was the Deputy Director of the Manchester Salford Housing Market Renewal Pathfinder and worked for Manchester City Council in various strategic roles.